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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 June 1884

1 H A 2 i VOLUME XJII. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1881. NIMUER 1. J JLfc n. IP -ZYii' IJEST SIIW AFLOAT. jt- Of all tlie f hips siiloat J" Atlantic or I'ncilK "r far within the tropic? f ...V1.1 "" '"'Han wi Ju's brca-t. Willi nliito mils all a-gleaming. ltd brilliant color- streaming, Tlien-'s no shin Like Friendship, f JJie htngucJiwt, nl the. bust! when tompc.-ts hover nh'li. And Hit: sea is .i-hi;d 0 tury. w In n loudly ruar tin- bieal.-.-rs. Anil abate thotui guilaswariu; v . hen sLiWiire overclouded. And Miii-hlnu is en-hroudad, . There's no -1th. 1 H LrtoFi-k-ndtMi';' To liatthj with the stonn: . ' IJ'- tv " ' A welcomo sight is shu w.ucrovcr wo may mi .r. -""Ivan -prcad out Ilncly, w itli pennon bright anil blue: To none she Is a Mranj.Tr. And in Hie hoik- of danger There' no Flilji J.ike rili-nd-dtip To lead us safely throus'il From port to port she tall. , Ilicbeori-ri.f di-pntt-he- 1 roin Love, tlio mighty monarch. Her outfit alt complete; And thouslHiuie (.ki...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 June 1884

THE FAIR PJAY. ' MESHY" S. SUA ir,JMitor. " SATUKOAY. JlJXK mi. 11. OceasloBall J complaints are made l.y f"' sciibers that the r piers do not reach them rwularl". We endeavor to hate our null In SS iwit office. Iodb lierore the time fixed . lawfortheclosln? of the maiM This is all Sit we can. I... K.r after m.r pa.era i arr de ,,o,it jd In the po.-t office they are tieyon.l eur ."ntrol. and w"; can not I responsible Tor the Tts-sriesofthn IJ. -S mail service. We will he thanklnl, however, ir any sub scriber who fails to receive his paiier regularly, will untlfV us hy stal card, stating how niany ..missions have occurred, whether the hat lor hi office arrives and such other clrcrnistauces a will enable u to rerer the matter to the I'oat Office authorities for investigation. Fou Statk Auwtok WILLIAM F. COX, Of Sic. Genevieve County, VOLUME XIII NUMBER I. The Faik Play begins the thir teenth year of its existduce with this issue. From the date of its initial number, in the balmy mouth...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 June 1884

4. Official Directory U. S. SENATOKS. Hon. Francis M. Coekrell, Warrensburp, I ihuson county. Washington adlres: JI uurteenth-treet, X W. .... .ou liwneli. Vest, Sciilla. Pcttn C"UUt . ashlngtoii a'Mrcss: 61 fourteenth street, ( EPKESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT THE FAIR PLAY i iilosoms. iTUe Ilo.ier Carlisle untiul- ,IVIIN I'A VJIAJ (Jr., rtibliilier. Martin I.. Clanlv, ranuinf.'toii rancois county. Washington ail'lrcs.: hirtceuth street, X. W. M Sil : out avail. The current is very strouir where the swimmer- were and it i probable that the remain? have been o carried mile- away ere this. V Mr. IIcnrvL. Itozier w.v. on last , Ueiuenbaeh, had lately come to Weduesdav iiioriiiii'-. united in marri- from Philadelphia, and wa uui- ' aye to MissSallie M. CarlWe. the neice vcr.-ally liked for his frank, hearty La Ciiaxck & Pittman's. land adopted daughter of Mr. John X. , ":"ier and good nature, lie a i ISoverie of this citv, th l'HOPOSALS FairlayTJims ESFFor a good five cent ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 7 June 1884

- vP X 3uJjlifli'l IOvi-i-v S:tturlaj ST. QKNr.VlKVK. - - Vl't' Indian AnniiHj l'ajniont. In the matter of horses and wagons the Delaware Indians are far ahead of the citizens of Southeastern MU-onri ami Arkansas, r-earecly a scrubby Tan or plains pony could l o foimtl ntnon-r tlieni. Tncir Iior-e worn large. Home very larje, ami showed an ad mixture "of S'orman ami Jle etiger stock. Tins average-of the iituilruts on the payment, ground would un doubtedly "have 'gone above l.tjuo jioimds vvhili; many animal weigh ing l,i(K) and 1,100 pounds were among them. One pair measured fully .-eventeen hands high, were well built, in good condition, ami were held at ..". h. The wagons were mainly from Wisconsin factories. 2uilo a number of two-sealed s-pring wagons were on the ground, in which the families had conic to receive their payment. The mode of paying was eveeding ingly primitive at the .start. Agent Tuilts ami two clerks took their seals on a log under the trees, near the hank of the...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 June 1884

PLAY. VOLUME XIII. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1881. NUMBER 2. FATE XEVEl: TALK HACK. Kr vr-talk back! such thin" i rc;n h nctll: A t -4 r iily corks hi-v l that j.iws a man that ! hen: lnai arrol. el vou'll only Keep jour mouth H't anil be sensible, H.o man that does tin- talMu' 'il pit wonted overr shot! Nver talk Jiark to a feller Hint's atuisin' you .ten let hira carry on, nnJ ri unit cuss ami swear; Anl fc. n ho finds his lj !u' ami hiseu-sin's je-t atmi-in joti. You've cot h,m clean knfliinimiiod, and you want to hold hjm there! Xcvor talk back, and waUo up the whole coni imiuity. And t-all a man a liar howsumever that's hi- tl:- You ran lilt anil html him lunlrr anil with liillcrliuniilty Wnhone eooil Jolt ot silence than a half a iloJLcn kicksl J. 11". in hulHtn ii'nif Ji.unut. A HIDE ITOX A COMET. Tho simultaneous pro-onec of tlie planets Mercury. Venn. Autism. .T ler, and Mars :t string of brilliants hanging ndown tin' western heaven rendered the April evening ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 June 1884

rpiIlT' 1?ATT?"PT AY ilhal il is forllielicst iutcrc-Uof llipir 1.1 LIU L1A1UI f2JTsJ;IKirt.v to nominate raniuilatw for HEX It Y S. SUA If. Editor. o,a-i.ii.iiiy tinnui-i.it re ni.i i-v -!.- J icrilxT-i tiiaitikir isiicr "'" rfKiilarlT. We cinl-.iv-ir ! !"' ur man in the w-l ':, !' liflore tin- lime tlxeil ly tow f.irt1ici-liiis nfllie mail 11"!' i all tlist wc ran i for after unr p-iicr nr.- Ie li.wil.tl in Ilif l'l "fli.-e llwy are lH-rnml tmr .-.intriil. and vrran mil 1 iemnsilile for the c.irie "f the I. mail erie Wo wall lit tlianktiil, however, ir any li criK'r wh.t fail lu iwito his iiar nt?nlarly, wiil nlitv us Iit tal rani. l:itliir how many .un-i.n haein-currisl. whether Hie lit lor liisollireiirmi au.l audi other circumstances will ei:alui- m to refer the matter Ki Hii ro,.! i Mire authorities fir investigation. Itn Stati: Auihtok WILLIAM K. COX, Of Ste. Genevieve County, Archbtshop Ityau of St. Louis h to be transferred to Philadelphia. The GMte-Democrat take its dish o...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 June 1884

1 v'OfRcial Directorv V. U. S. SENATORS. Hon. Francis M. Cockrell. ihuson county. Washington Warreiisburjr, atltlres: yU urteciitUMtvel, - ou lieorge t;. Vest, X'Jalia, 1'eltU county. -a-hinKton address: t.IO Fourteenth street, BPRESCNTATIVE IN CONGRESS FIUST DISTHICr Hon. llartin L t"l.irdv, FarroliiKton, s-l . rancois ruunty. Washington addiess: .'.it I iihteenlh street, X. V . STAIE SENATOR. j Hon. U Barrett Oliver Jackson, lire unity. COUNTY OFFICERS. ciircscnlallvc rosecutinc Attorney :crk of Circuit Court Icrk of County Court ii'riO dlcctor vasurer scssor trvejor .. html Commissioner ublic Admiustrator. Vallce Harold ...Jules I!, til.ijtnon ". 0. Kcrlatfon I.uis Nauiiiauu ..Francis J. ZitT'er .. Oliver I. Harris Frank II in k I'alil L. l-enil'ke ::.:::. c V. Hozr, If CIRCUIT COURT. Jaiucsll. Fox, Judge, Fredcricktown, Mad-j ou County. j ruigTerm Fitt Monday In May , .11 Term Firt M..u.Uy in Noti-mi-ci VROBATE COURT. ' on. Win. H. Banti Judyy ; iriusTcnn. Second Mon lav U March...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 14 June 1884

Tiil.'.if-lu-'l Kvi-ry S;iturl: . n-.(ii:xi:vii:vi:. - - aMisotTni. Jinlah P. Itdijainiii. The death at I'aiN of Jmlah P. Hon iriniin, tin- distinguished jurist, former- Iv Sivrcuirv of Mate of the Southern l Vnfoderaev, lirings to tnv minil a few reminiscences of ilr. llonjaniin's his- torv. running liavk to ls. It was, think, ahout that period that Jmlah 1. lSonjamin entered Vale College. Ho iv.i3 sinali. birrht-eved hov, of a dark and swarthy co.iiplcNion, evidently of .lewKli lilo d. ami tiltecn or M!ceu j ears of age. nho ln parents wero and uniior whose guardianship lie was plneed. did not appear. lie apparently -pent his time in sauntering around the college grounds or dromiinir in at the student rooms. No one vouched for him or .seemed to he familiar with his history, lie hailed fr;:n New Orleans. Without nn v attention to his studies. and following out this desultory and ami vagrant eistenee. he easily and without dispute took at once the hiirh e! .-tand in hiselas, and was...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 June 1884

VOLUME XTK. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1881. NUMP.KR rrssiMisx. "Jf lire worth liviti"? Well, to ttil von tmc. It M urrrly is, if all men weicIiUeou." Hrirfil-rnc-.il mniden, liric!it-mlcd raaWc.li. Wliai 1 this that 1 inut he.tr? J.s Hit lie.irl with Mirrow !mli n. I- tliinu cjodhriiic-d with a P ur? mi l! he that lips conn oily l!()iifii( il to I . 1 Ir.diy l.i-fp.1. Could 1 c tit IMi 1 iii.ti'tri . tly To ttiat vi'o vtoid lf,!mM! Jtut lur lli'm.- ou i) ill, tliou i.f!; Sollly fi-allii-ii-l is- tliy cost; When Ihou wakest. when tliou rii-c-pi.it Tl:'.i:irt Inriun.-d with tin- Lost, lint tlij k Mm and tliy hrothi is rn-rccd with imin a v.oc Ii iMnmt, 11 inf li it-: t :i, v:i!iiij; mother-. I'n-tth nine, anil .-tali tbv tit-ait. In tin- country, in tin- c-ity. (iodic ilc-c-dp, a lovcles Pit i-tirthi IiIimiiI itnil movethj pitv. And tliou art a I'trimUt. Storm- ami uaisund trihuhitintis feion-d 'U ions' mules ti'li-. With iusiuichnlhifin.-itiou-. Iltfrf.sl travel lar mid...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 June 1884

THEFAIK PLAY. II EX 11 1' ."'. AV.I Editor. .ii;i:i)AV. it si. si'i. ivi- tJro-ii:yi:v rt.ini.l.iiiil :nc mini. l.y -.iti-sc'i!.t-r- that t'lii'ir i.a---M l n..t rau-li Jlicm rczularlj 'uv.-...iV.n.r to in.- our mail in SM?.?d A' m !"-n!ut Idi ' that v.-i-nn.l.., i..r ancr ..ur .a,.CT- nr.; .It- ... -uii-1 in im- --l him-- iih'y an ih-whui v;ir .mtiul, m.I wr ran n..t Im" ic-ji-JrJ-ilj!- fn- tlif We will ln ll.ftiiklnl. Ii'iwutit. if aitv -uli- sc r.ler wli-i fail- t iivtiv.; In- .'inir rvnl:irlr, v. -n n-.lify tu liy im-lal caril, -tstini; liiw ii.nn tiim-sum- liaeirt--iirrl, uiiellter "the li-t l.r li, -itlire arrivt-s aii.l slli-ii olli.'r -irrlllil-t.it..-." a uill cnatiif u-i tn H'lVr l!i matter t- tin J'.i.t Ofiit't: atithoritio lur iiivir.-tti-ili.m. Fou Sr.vn: Ai'inroii WILLLUI 1". COX, Of Sir. Ceiievicyc County, Gen. lainiadttke i- leadimr in tin r.i'.o for fJovcrnor. Jou Ernt was A or Olice but! l.a- never been mentioned .-ince. I As-oclalioll Will ) The S. i:. Ties meet i...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 June 1884

Official Directorv U. S. KEN'ATOES Eraticl M. Coc'srell. arr-n'-uur.r. s i -on o mmv. Washington a.!rcss. Ji- null -Iri-.-t. X W. t.eorget". Vet, -e-'.jlia, l'etlis C"i.n!y. , .-i.-.ntuii a-Wrrs: lu "r'ourtc-.-r.lli htrf-t. ' j;: ki:sestative IS COSGItESiS . FIRST DISTRICT j .! !. Martin I. .Ur.lv, Earminzton, -t .-.-ii county. Wellington :uMifs: a-M , . , .-nth stritrt, X. V . ! STAIE SESATOII. .11. It Kuxretl Oliver Jla, 1:1. COUNTY OFFICERS. l-l-i- -.-f Matin- .-is::iliiiir Attorney. . -1. i.r tjin-uit Court . . . ri. of County Court. nil c.i idler .- -lor 1 i Commissioner . .::; Ailmiu-tral'ir. . Vallce Har..; 1 ...lull'- II. ;i.wi-i -'. Kvrljyn .I.euis Namniaii .KranctiJ. '.icrler Oliur l. Ilaii.t Tranlv llnrk '"i'aul I- l.nl't- 1 - I'y?iV'.r CIKCUIT COURT .in.M I. l"ov, 'j ounty. iirTerm .! 1 crni FrelciIcVtowii, Ma i- t Firt Mou.lav 1 May ".'.j'iroi Moii'Ij ' -Non iiibti l'KOHATE COUKT. .11 Win. It. Kantz - J'l'Ipcl m'Term "-w.ini Mmi'lay in Marcii inim r-lerm .-econ.I : Mond...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 21 June 1884

3f kj". GKNi:vn:n:. - - yis-.on:r. Ifoiv French Elections arc Conducted. At eight o'clock flic door of tliu polling room is opened. You see a big table covered with paper.3,01: the center of which is placed the voting urn. u square box with a slit in the top. The electors an; admitted, each with a card in lii? hand bearing his name, the datu and place of his birth, his residence and Ids number in the register. The .Mayor, or a deputy appointed by him, presides. He i.s :is-Ktcd l.v four ac8-ors clio-cn bv tin; electors present at the moment wlien the doors aro opened. 1 In) htl icnii thus constituted take their places behind the tables, and tholileof electors begins to pa-. One by one they pre-.-cnt their cards to the ti.s-ussor seated on the left of tlie president. The as-K3-or verities the card bv a referenco to the corresponding name and nuni- ber on the register, and pas-esit to the president, wlio snips ott a comer witii a Mii.sfors and returns it to the elector. Thus marked, th...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 June 1884

FATE VOLUME XI I r. STE. GENEVIEVE. .MO.. SATURDAY, rlUNE 28, Xl'MBKR I. CHANG ET) Ai:or.7. "IVhv nre you here, my lit tic- lad?" Said a man In a liustflmr town. "I am Mlllnsr pnwrs, nr,"'ina viid, "And my name is Jamie Jlrnwu." When- ilo you live, my little la!. With jour lock wicri-ply tuilc I?" 'I have no home" the voiri: wassad "i:ifoiliii(f 11k; widi-. wide world." "Have you r.o friend by blood allied. No mother, kind and true?" .N'i mother or friends." flu- child replied. With his IiaclejcRadew-. "Where li yon sleep, my little lad. when yfmr papen are not soldr" "In nook and comers, wherever I ran, I cuddle tip lrom the cold." Whenever it happens you rani 110 dinner, Wliat ! jnu lo for bri ad:" "I tiV.- ill hopes Of llettcrllllie. And eo without," he Pair!. 'What U your ape? my little la I, V;u look" liken lioy of mine. WI10 went on a journey p.i-t the stnrj." Said the urchin, "I am nine." "Do you try to lie (rood - mv little 1ml, Own truthfully unto me.'' "I ain Miiry. fir, I...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 June 1884

r . yp -pT A"V 1 X li & Jl Aliii XjAJ- II FX 11 V 6'. .V.I AW7or. ------ saHKI'AY. .ii.nk ;-;in. i-54. 1 i.v miIi- ' .,..,,-i..r.:.IIv ,-..mi.Hmt-. arc- nia-lc .y m..i- , -c!ll:5,ia..'''" .!i7,r i.V i.a.o ..r .-xii i.. ir.,i-M 9 l.i- lime lix.-l livl., lH"''!arf V rVi, iii.ll 'll.ii i- all I liw I'tr uic ."-). n -;- . . ti.at w.Tan ir sfitr ...ir "V'.'tihc track, '-we ailmire your pluck ..... .i... .....i ..:ii."t ir.. me ixt i L.iitri.l. an'l w-cjii 't l.i re-.j.'.u-.li!r ..r the v.i;aric-"l ll"-1 , m ill servi. c. Wc will In- tliniifcliil, hiwrv-r. f any mi'.- -ril-rle.Wl-tor; Will !l"tll' "5 I'J IHI-li." ""i " - hi, ..Hire :irr vcj aii't inch otlK-r cirruiii.t:inc' a, will naliie u lo rofer tlie lunttrr ." Hi' r.i,t oni- autlioritiei r..r iiic-tii;at..i. Fois Statu Aukitok WILLIAM F. COX, Of Ste. (lenevieve County. What has become of theUraut pen f.ii.n bill ? Congre-s pceim determined to journ by duly :5rd. ad- flov. St. John of Kau-a- has bolted the lrepublican party. The N...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 June 1884

Official Directory U. S. SEXATOES. .Ion. Francis M. Cockrell, arrensburjr, luif.iTi county. Washington a-Mreos: urteenth street, X. W. u George J. Vest, sc.talia. I'ettii county. :iIiInton aUtlress: eiu ruurrct-nm mm THE FAIR PLAY JOIIX LA CUAXCK, Poblhhcr. Fair TPlav Things. Mr. Am.idec Menard.of Freetnont mid will, I think, address the people iusr sympathetic communion with the . j Ills., i'heri' uti a vi-it to relatives, some evening during th -t ion. , spirit of the great master, when, an , Now that Institutes are an establish- interlude occurring, Logan broke m : ed fact in this count r, to the teacher "Say Schurv. suppose vou quit prr.etic- ln ot He Induced ti remedir- of u merit. Aguiiie r a t'ni: fiunrr, hontt itiedi- iil'EESENTATIYE IN CONGIiESB FIRST DISTKICT lion. Martin L. flarlv. Fanuiiii-lon. St aiici.ls county. Washington alurese: -ui .irtrrutb street. X. W . STAIE SENATOR, it.m. li Burrett Oliver Jaclet.ii, Ca inly. COUNTY OFFICERS. prcsentatlre uMKUIiiiE Attorney er...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 28 June 1884

ubli-liM'.v'i-r"?-ii"''':,J ST. GENEVIEVE. - - :UISSOri.I. ; About Laughter. A laugh may cover all manner of fcntiinetlt.i joy, s'orn or nngi'r: it may be the most musical or most discordant of sounds-", tho m"ft,t deljo-fetful or the most horriblit.u hiclf cn falTigipon bur cars. Contr.Tst-tV huftty laughter of merry children u'itii thygil)borii ory of the maaiacjur Uo4ioaj hiuzb. of a detiaut criminal, niertrrfktcal "rippli! of cultivated mirth with the roar, of a tipsy croud at a fair-j ... i . . j ? A really musical, laugh; is perhaps rarer than a really mitsical voice. Tho giggle. tl!tiiirggir7''tho half-choked l.itiirh aru oomiunn enough; but how seldom do ivc hear tliat melodious .sound, the laugh in it.s perfection. It should not lie. shrill, nor too loud, nor too long. It .should ttotdx-ucauy double meaning. 'aiijj-buldoo. iarcajm in' its mirth. It should not he .so boisterous" as to chauit the laughter ami deafen the listeners. . . , I'eg Wollington is said to have been ce...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 July 1884

FATE VOLUME XIII. STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.. SATURDAY, JULY 1SS1, NUMBER . CURRENT TOPICS. Tho News in Brief. A movement is on foot to form a pool of nil the lendin;; colIin manufacturers of the United States. Tin: AWtt rn iiistillers in session nt Chi taz mi tliQ 27ih decided iiou a basis for the new whisky koL Official ml vices from Bordeaux nro fuvornblo to un abundant wine, crop of ex cellent quality for l.ViJ. Ut to noon on th Sttli four deaths had ri curred from cholera at Toulon. Th-ro were no deaths at Marseilles. Anam has occci toil the French proposal without moiliiiration, ami places itself miller the French protectorates Pr.izr.s for designs for the (5aril"lil Mon iimi'iit have lieen awarded, George II. Kel ler, of Hartford, Conn., taking the first. Vii:njta it worked up over tlio dyn.i mi to question, a huded liouib haviiii; been 1 omul near a public building on the tail!!. K.-Ministi:u Saikjknt was baiiiiii'ti il in London by Henry tfillii; on tint Hath. 3Ir. Sargent was to ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 July 1884

UEXlirsilA W, Editor. ATUItIAV. 4UJ.Y sTII. IsM. ii" 'iv?iS.i5i .V "e our m i in , ,ll?1,1,tf.me. lu? betoie tune flrt bv . uw'fcriiieetaiw orite ""E I "iTtVe.V.lonir.thry in i.goj.1 ..r urisortiFir. ikjii servire. , . rirr"ii!.1i.iH "k rax-iveb rar r"i,iariV; wiMn:tioii ,'''iI1j'!ri'ful!,";J 9rfrer0iher mluir" t "the i rst office authorities for investigation, i For State Auditok WILLIAM F. COX, Of Sle. Genevieye County. The dude editor of the Herald says we are conceited. This a bad case of the pot calling the kettle black. The Faih Play may have misquot- ed history but it has never lied about 1 the Herald's private business affairs. If you do not do my way you shall not do any way is the Herald' motto; but of course there is no boss about that. John V. Xoel is a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney and W.K. Wilk inson for Couuty Judge, in Perry Couutv. The junior editor of the Herald is averse to any reference to ancestry; the only other animal of his opinion is the mule. I do not ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 July 1884

L Official Directory U. S BENATOnS. 'I'm Francis M. Cockrelt. Warr-ntiiurir, !iiimju count-. Waslunjrti.u address: Hi. lurieentli stret, N V. j iiei.Tgv tS. Vot, scUlia, I'elli- comny. arUugtoii -'i'lre.-fc: till) Fnurtteulli stree'i. Kl'UESESTATITE IX CONGRESS T,,e 'Birdie Cigar for sale at DISTRICT THJE FAIR PIjAY-I The fourth was celcbiated in town! POPIL.4K EDICATIOX. hon-e in t?C2. Tin- next article will - - - - i or tnc usual amount 01 noise, nurni it is the invariable practice wi.h conclude :1ns series with a description ' JOIIX LA CH.iyCK, Publisher. ' powder, fire crackers &c ; the avrag- English writer to claim a rtMin.Mi-ii- "fine monastery and schools of St. number of plain drunk-, a t.nr pro- ed Irishman as an Englishman. Gold- iu rland.of the glorious portion of lighting drunks and the . , nn,i Mnn . . ,.,;. ... advance of i opnl.ir tducation in Kuc- Fair l?lav Things. igraphie. Engli-h poet. Burke i-an Faniihi;rtcn, st 1 5iJ l FIRST Iti.ri. Martin I. Uanlv, Tinc'....

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 5 July 1884

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Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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